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L'histoire post-coloniale française

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Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018

Time: 6pm

Venue: Alliance Française Cambridge – 60 Hills Road CB1 2LA

Price: Free – No booking required

A talk conducted in French by Ferhat Mehenni.

Ferhat Mehenni is a Kabyle politician, author and singer. He is the founder and president of the Gouvernement Provisoire Kabyle, based in Paris. Ferhat has a long history of Human Rights and Berber cultural activism in Algeria. His books include Algérie: la question kabyle (2004), Le Siècle Identitaire; La fin des Etats post-coloniaux (2010) and most recently Kabylie: Mémorandum pour l’indépendance (2017). Before becoming more of an activist, his music was influential in the emergence of the chanson Kabyle moderne in the 1970s and 80s.

This talk is part of the Talk about the French Post-colonial History series.

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